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I'M WORRIED I GOT HIV FROM GIVING A BLOW JOB
Jul 25, 2011

HEY DOC,

OK, SO I GOT WAY TOO DRUNK LAST NIGHT AND WOUND UP GIVING THIS GUY A BLOW JOB WHICH I KNOW IS USUALLY LOW RISK BUT THIS GUY HAD LOTS OF HAIR DOWN THERE AND I HAD TO STOP BLOWING TO GET THE HAIRS OUT OF MY MOUTH LIKE 5 TIMES. TODAY I'M GETTING EVERY SYMPTOM IN THE BOOK (OR MAYBE I'M JUST HUNG OVER?). I'M NAUSOUS, DIZZY, HEADACHEY,AND FEEL LIKE I WAS RUN OVER BY A MACK TRUCK. WHAT REALLY WORRIES ME IS THAT I'M STILL PULLING HAIRS OUT FROM BETWEEN MY TEETH. SHOULD I GET PEPPED? HELP!

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

WOWZA! That dude you were sucking on sounds hairier than Chewbacca dipped in Rogaine!

Your HIV-acquisition risk would not be increased by getting pubes in your mouth. By the way just how hard were you sucking???

Your symptoms are not HIV related. Symptoms associated with HIV acute retroviral syndrome generally manifest two to three weeks after exposure, not the very next day. Your symptoms are most consistent with the morning-after effects of spending too much time in Margaritaville.

No, you should not get "PEPPED"!

Dr. Bob



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